Dr. Rebecca Sherry Eshraghi is currently serving as the dissertation mentoring chair of Quantum University. She graduated from the Quantum University and her PhD thesis titled “Trans-generational Shifts in the Human Microbiome and Antibiotics May Cause Epigenetic Changes Contributing to the Rise in Autism” was published in the prestigious journal of Frontiers of Cellular Neuroscience. She has authored/co-authored four other papers in high impact science journals, written health blogs, spiritual blogs for Bahaiteachings.org and articles in the Natural Awakenings Journal. In addition she is active in public speaking engagement and poster presentations at international conferences. She is also serving as editorial reviewer for the Journal of Translational Medicine.
While continuing research and publications in the field of microbiome and autism, she also runs her holistic office (Natural Health Power Works LLC), where she consults clients on how to achieve optimum health and wellness. She has a multi-cultural background and speaks five languages fluently.